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  • Record Companies
    • AOL-Time-Warner-Pepsico-Viacom-Haliburton-Skynet-Toyota-Trader Joe's Records
        • Sextina Aquafina's record company (Season 3 episode 6 Brrap Brrap Pew Pew)
    • Beijing Studios
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called 39 Degrees North on the record label Beijing Studios.
    • Ben Inc
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Foster on the record label Ben Inc.
    • BKC Records
        • Record company that records Phoebe's song Smelly Cat, including a music video. (Season 2 episode The One Where Eddie Moves In)
    • C&W Music Factory
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called The Scorcerer on the record label C&W Music Factory.
    • Caption Records
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Tuna N' Zak on the record label Caption Records.
    • Classified Records
        • L.T. Smash of Star Blitzzz Promotions creates a new boy band in Springfield featuring Bart and his friends called The Party Posse, signing them to Classified Records - the company behind New Kids in the Ditch and Boy-nudo. As it turns out, it's all part of a Navy recruitment program called Project Boy Band. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Dimsdale Recording Studio
        • The best recording studio in town, according to Greg. He charges the children a non-refundable fee of $150 in advance for the use of the studio, located in the Mercola Building. (Episode Dough Re Mi)
    • Donut Records
        • The Be Sharps announce the launch of their own record company. (Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet - deleted scene)
    • Doubletime Studio
        • Studio where the gang gathers to record the song Andy writes for Leslie's campaign theme. (Season 4 episode Dave Returns)
    • Electrocution Records
        • Heavy metal rock band The Plague's record company (Season 2 episode Sledge, Rattle & Roll)
    • Executive Records
        • Hitchcock introduces himself to Amy's Ex-boyfriend as Lucious Lyon, record executive at Executive Revords, as part of the gang's ploy to distract him while Amy steals the wedding gig contract. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party)
    • Flaubert Records
        • The sliders watch a music video on the Egghead world for a song called Library Rap by rap group MC Poindexter & The Study Crew, produced by Flaubert Records. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Fluff Bunny Records
        • Record company that signs Charlie as Charlie Waffles, his new moniker as the king of childrens songs, run by President and CEO Artie Pliskin. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Fuzzball Records
        • Mo Fuzz's record label. According to Mo Fuzz, president of Fuzzball Records, there's only one thing that adds real production value... Tits and ass. "Let's get into trouble, baby"
    • Gail G
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Teach Me on the record label Gail G.
    • Glau Records
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Cash Money on the record label Glau records.
    • Grand Express
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called The Badger on the record label Grand Express.
    • Groove-tone Records
        • Record company that Homer mentions when Bart The Skinny Palmer Trio. (Season 18 episode Jazzy and the Pussycats)
    • Grushow Records
        • Record company for the soundtrack of the Father/Son switching film The Boy Who Magically Switched Places With His Dad, which features a song by Metallica called The Father/Son Switching Song (Episode At The Beach)
    • Jasmine Records
        • Record company that released the single 'It's Difficult' by Rockers to help Exlpain Whitewater. (Episode Rockers to Help Explain Whitewater)
    • Joce
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Ziggy Piggy Waiters on the record label Joce.
    • Lockstershaft Studios
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called A-Dawg on the record label Lockstershaft Studios.
    • Lucky's Records
        • Recording studio where Homer pays for Lurleen to record her song, "Your Wife Don't Understand You" Your voice on compact disc 25¢. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Onslaught Records
        • The sliders stumble on University of Yukon paleontologist Jack Bigelow's archeological dig in the Badlands, exploring the ancient civilization of Los Angeles, including the Chandler Hotel and a Rembrandt Cryin' Man Brown museum, featuring a Don't Make Me Cry gold record published by Onslaught Records and a concert poster for a performance on Friday and Saturday March 14 and 15. (Season 5 episode Dust)
    • Payola
        • Record company behind recording artist Tabitha Vixx that sings the national anthem - and her hit song Trouble - when the Springfield Isotopes play the Cosmos/Cosmopolitans at Isotope Stadium, another team in the Tornado Belt League. (Season 17 episode Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play)
    • Please Don't Go
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Please Don't Go on the record label Slychuk Records.
    • Plumchapell Records
        • Record company that signed Joe's ex-girlfriend Candace. (Season 1 episode Candace)
    • Quinoa Valley Recording Company
        • The name of the sampler's company, a recording studio.
    • Rachael/Cohen Inc
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Fongalicious on the record label Rachael/Cohen Inc.
    • Real Clever Records
        • Record company behind Smarter Than You by Citizen Dick and Poncier's 5 song cassette EP.
    • Rebel Yell Records
        • Record company that Homer sells Lurleen's contract to, a division of the Togasaki corporation. (Season 3 episode Colonel Homer)
    • Rockafella
        • Fake record company from joke the guys make: "What are we, the Rockefellers' record company Rockafella? What if we just TaskRabbit a job ourselves? You know, make some dough, pass it on to the guy sandin' our slide? Yeah, yeah, yeah." (Season 4 episode We Be Clownin')
    • Sharp Records
        • Wayne and friends broadcast Cassandra and her band Crucial Taunt's performance to Frankie "Mr. Big” Sharp's limo.
    • Sharpe Records
        • Cassandra's record company. Her producer is Robert C. Cahn, also known as Bobby.
    • Slychuk Records
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Please Don't Go on the record label Slychuk Records.
    • Tro-bed Records
        • Troy and Abed produce a Starburns tribute video under the name Tro-bed Records. (Season 3 episode Course Listing Unavailable)
    • Up Commer
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called All 4 You on the record label Up Commer.
    • Valentine Records
        • The record company that offers The Lone Rangers a recording contract after they take a radio station hostage.
    • Wheelo Records Inc.
        • After Frank and Jane's first date montage, the song title comes up as if it were a music video - Herman's Hermits / "I'm into Something Good" / The Naked Gun Soundtrack / Wheelo Records Inc. (everything is real except for the the record company name)

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